TusPark Cambridge’s Unit 26, at Cambridge Science Park, has been shortlisted in the top four Commercial Corporate Workplace category in the BCO UK Midlands Region Awards.
Established in 1990, the BCO (British Council for Offices) Award provides public recognition for top quality design and functionality and a benchmark for excellence in workplaces. BCO is Britain’s leading forum for the discussion and debate of issues affecting the office sector.
Unit 26 was designed by Scott Brownrigg for TusPark UK’s collaboration with Trinity College and Cambridge Science Park. In this partnership, TusPark invested over £200 million to build more than 350,000 sq. ft office space at the Park. Unit 26 represents 68,835 sq. ft and was launched in 2018 as the first of TusPark’s buildings.
The building is currently occupied by Frontier Developments plc., one of the largest videogame developers in the UK. Frontier was founded by David Braben in 1994, and has produced several games in the Elite series, including 2014's Elite: Dangerous. In 2013, the company reincorporated as a public limited company, and entered the stock market.
It has built a uniquely diverse catalogue of games – enabled by its Cobra technology. Meanwhile, Frontier now self-publishes its own high quality, innovative games of different genres that embody its world-class expertise across all major gaming formats.